Knob Creek Bourbon Single Barrel Reserve 9 Year 750ml
$79.99(unless otherwise stated in the description, price is per bottle)
When Booker Noe fathered the small batch bourbon movement over two decades ago he created Knob Creek? to bring back the standards of pre-prohibition bourbon. Knob Creek? Single Barrel Reserve encounters no detours or distractions. It?s just the big, pure flavor that Booker set out to create. Each barrel of Knob Creek? Single Barrel Reserve is bottled individually to become one-of-a-kind, meaning that each batch we handpick will have slight variations in taste, color, and aroma based on its final age, rack placement, and other proprietary methods passed down for seven generations. Hand-selected barrels for one-of-a-kind flavor A bigger expression of Knob Creek?s signature flavor Each batch will have slight variations in taste, color and aroma based on its age and final rack placement Bottled at 120 proof for big, full flavor Robust, mature flavor More pronounced flavors of vanilla, nuts and oak with a smokier aroma and a finish that?s smooth and complex Best enjoyed in stages - Pour a finger and sip it neat, then open it up with a drop of water or a filtered ice cube Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey PROOF 120 ABV 60% AGING 9 years
PROOF 120 ABV 60% AGING 9 years
WHERE NATURE STOPS TO CATCH ITS BREATH We don?t take days off. We just leave our watches at home. You see, out here time is measured in barrels and passed in bottles. Because we adhere firmly to the belief that if you don?t take your time, somebody else will. While the world busies itself with doing everything faster, this is where we come to slow down and enjoy what?s ours to share. Out here, we don?t just work for work?s sake. The reason we do things the hard way is that it makes the reward at the end that much better. And we let the whiskey remind us of that. Every drop in every barrel is the fruit of hard-earned experience. It?s an act of nature, our bourbon. And over the years, we have learned to capture it, one bottle at a time. So that we can bring it out here, in it?s true element. The Creek.